gHome Replaces Your Landline with Google Voice for Only $5 a Month
Via Slashgear :
gHome, by TelTub is an SIP-based VoIP service which can be used as a home phone-line using a SIP analog telephony adaptor (ATA) and your high speed connection. You can either use your own standard VoIP adaptor or order a pre-configured one from TELTUB for $50. The service was launched in January.
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I’m very interested in this. As I have DSL, it would need to turn into a ‘Dry loop’, which is what TeleCos call a subscriber who only has DSL and not dial-tone phone service (also known as POTS – Plain Old Telephone Service).
Likely could save most $30 a month, nothing to balk at.